3Reef DVD/Video Reviews

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  1. omard

    omard Gnarly Old Codfish

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    Have a good "Reef/Marine Related" DVD or Video you would like to recommend or "share"?

    Personal video of your last dive in Bali or Palau included (pls exlude xxx parts carousing with local natives ;D)

    Please post "review" or info about here...

    Thanks,

    OmarD
     
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  3. omard

    omard Gnarly Old Codfish

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    OK...we discussed this late last year. *A few here were going to put on X-Mas list - wondering if anyone got?

    "Mind and Eye Candy" to the LIMIT!



    Others views from Amazon.com

    CORAL SEA DREAMING, October 16, 2003
    Reviewer: glopsblink from Wisconsin---USA *
    My family once owned the video to this movie. It was so relaxing, peaceful, and beautiful. The first time I saw it, I fell asleep (that's not a bad thing). This a great video for the whole family; babies will be mesmarized by the color (then quickly put to sleep because of the music), kids with be awed, teens will find it very facinating, and parents can take a well needed break. This video/DVD can take the stress out of anyone's day and turn a bad day upside down. This movie wasn't made to have a plot, it was created just to be beautiful. Everyone should own this; I highly recommend it.



    Reviewer: Andreas von Muldau (see more about me) from Converse, TX USA *
    Spectacular! The video is fantastic. The undersea cinematography is great, high caliber work all around. The soundtrack is appropriate to video, relaxing "new age", done in Dolby Digital. Screen saver and Wallpaper for your PC. It will rank high in my collection of Reef and Ocean videos. I recomend it for a gift to a special friend. This work truely deserves recognition and support. In fact I'm going to look for more work by David Hannan.



    Reviewer: corgweyn (see more about me) from the USA *
    Coral Sea Dreaming shows a variety of ocean life and habitats, both under and around the water. * Compared to relaxation DVD's, this has the highest quality picture that I've seen. The picture on a widescreen rear projection TV needed no adjustments. Although the picture is very sharp and clear in many places, there is some variability in the picture quality. Some scenes were fairly fuzzy. It's filmed in full screen mode. I'd like to find this type of movie in widescreen filmed with high definition cameras. It probably sounds pretty goofy, but I enjoy watching fish swim around! I highly recommend Coral Sea Dreaming.


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    So its not just me... ;)

    Enjoy,

    OmarD
     
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  4. Matt Rogers

    Matt Rogers Kingfish Staff Member

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    Sounds great Omar. :)
    I wonder if I can rent this somewhere.
     
  5. omard

    omard Gnarly Old Codfish

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    Come on now Matt! - this is one of main functions of why we thought of "book forum" - just send mailing address and it is on the way (am sure you "qualify" for "loan" option) --- shipping not more then a 1$ or so each way (media rate)...

    Allows you "try before you buy..."

    But am CONVINCED - once you see this DVD, you will be visiting Amazon.com promptly for your own copy.... ;D

    PM address - am looking for 1st "media patron"...

    OmarD

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  6. Matt Rogers

    Matt Rogers Kingfish Staff Member

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    Ah your right Omar, I'll buy some of these great ones you are posting as soon as I recoup from my recent investments in corals, refractometer and an aqua-cultured clam - rough week on the pocket book! ;D
     
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    Gresham Great Blue Whale

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    I just gotta see this DVD, I've been wanting to check it for a while. PM him your addy all ready Matt, I'll come over and check it at your house.

    I'll have my library up soon, although all my dvds SUCK! There more of dive guides then anything. Maybe 10 mins of neat footage,
     
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  9. gamma

    gamma Spaghetti Worm

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    i've only seen a few of reef vids. the one i did like was called coral reef adventure. great shots of the great barrier reef. also goes into the effects of global warming on the reefs in fiji.
     

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    omard Gnarly Old Codfish

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    [quote author=GaMmA link=board=Books;num=1082672486;start=0#6 date=06/24/04 at 01:59:20]i've only seen a few of reef vids.  the one i did like was called coral reef adventure.  great shots of the great barrier reef.  also goes into the effects of global warming on the reefs in fiji.  [/quote]

    I would REALLY like to see this!!! - If you have, would you be interested in "loaning" out?...I would be happy to send my copy of "Coral Sea Dreaming" in temporary trade...would only cost a little over $1 to mail at media rate...

    PM me if interested...

    Rgds,

    ScottD